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Volvo Car India launches it’s first Born Electric C40 Recharge


Volvo Car India today launched its much-awaited born electric C40 Recharge at an introductory ex-showroom price of 61,25,000 plus applicable taxes. Bookings for the same will commence from 5th September. Bookings for the C40 Recharge will be exclusively online and can be done on the Volvo Car India Website. This is the second EV model from Volvo in India to be assembled at the Company’s plant at Hosakote in Bengaluru, Karnataka and it comes with an 11 kW charger.

The launch of the C40 Recharge is in line with our endeavour to launch one new electric model every year in India. The C40 Recharge is Volvo’s first born electric car and offers leather free interiors and some remarkable features that clearly distinguishes it as a full-electric car in a sporty and contemporary way. The C40 Recharge showcases Volvo’s core value of responsible styling that incorporates the brands high standards of safety while offering sustainable mobility solutions. The C40 Recharge has a Euro NCAP's five-star rating with regards to safety performance. Like all our offerings the C40 Recharge is also assembled at our plant in Hosakote in Bengaluru and is a reflection of our commitment to the Indian market” said Mr. Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director, Volvo Car India

Hassle-free Ownership Package:


Introductory Ex-showroom Price: Rs. 61,25,000 lakhs plus applicable taxes, including

  • 3 years comprehensive car warranty

  • 3 years Volvo Service Package

  • 3 years Road Side Assistance

  • 8 years battery warranty

  • 5 years subscription to digital services

  • 1 wall box charger (11 Kw) through third party


Volvo Car India also announced that the C40 Recharge will only be sold online directly by the Company. Customers would be able to place orders online directly on Volvo Car India website from September 5th 2023, 5 pm onwards. Bookings can be done with a refundable deposit of Rs.1,00,000 on Volvo Car India website.

Volvo Car India’s network of its pan India retail partners will continue to support customers towards sales delivery by providing on ground support.

There shall be no change in customer service and after-sales service operation businesses which continue to operate as it is.

Tre-Kronor – Ultimate Luxury Experiences

The company also announced that exclusive “Tre Kronor Experience” program which got rolled out for XC40 Recharge customers will be extended to C40 Recharge customers as well. Tre-Kronor denotes the three crowns of Swedish luxury and will offer a host of unique luxury and personalized experiences.


About C40 Recharge Born Electric:

  • Power: 408 hp

  • Torque: 660 Nm

  • Battery : 78 kWh

  • Battery Type: Li-Ion

  • Battery weight: 500kgs

  • Acceleration: 0-100 kms – 4.7 s

  • Battery warranty: 8 years/160,000 km

  • Top speed: 180 km/h

  • Power distribution ratio : 40/60

  • Power (Front/Rear) – 163 hp/ 245 hp

  • WLTP Range: 530 kms

  • ICAT Range : 683 kms

  • Front storage (Frunk): 31 ltrs

  • Rear storage (boot space): 413 ltrs

  • Ground Clearance (kerb weight + 1 person): 171mm

  • One Pedal Drive option

  • Leather-free interiors

  • Unique battery safety cage

  • A new silhouette aero-dynamically designed slimmed roof line

  • Neatly packaged sensors for the Advanced Driver Assist Systems sensor platform

  • 84-pixel LED (each side) that automatically adjusts to light conditions

  • Large Panoramic Sunroof that minimizes glare and provides effective UV protection.

  • Digital Services with 5 years subscription

  • Google Built-in (Google Assistant, Google Play, Google Maps)

  • Volvo Cars App

  • Harmon Kardon Premium Sound System (600W, 13 speakers)

  • Volvo On Call

  • Advanced Air Purifier System with PM 2.5 sensor

  • 360-degree camera

  • Blind Spot Information System with Cross traffic alert

  • Adaptive Cruise Control

  • Pilot Assist

  • Lane Keeping Aid

  • Collision Mitigation Support (front & rear)

  • Parking Assistance Sensors (front, side & rear)

  • 7 airbags

  • Wireless Charging for smartphone

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